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Chrysler 300 Stretch Has Two-Tone Appeal

Posted on October 21, 2013

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a well-conditioned, 2012 Chrysler 300 stretch. The vehicle has a customer capacity of 12, and has a decorated interior with wrap-around leather bench seating and color changing LED lighting. The outside paint job features a custom two-tone color scheme of silver and black, giving the vehicle a sleek and streamlined appearance.

Being a 2012 model, the vehicle has a relatively modest 12,500 miles, and is fairly priced at $59,500. Some of the amenities included with the vehicle are: Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Windows, Driver Air Bag, Tilt Wheel, Air Conditioning, Passenger Air Bag, Power Steering, Side Air Bag, Anti-Lock Brakes, AM/FM Radio, Alloy Wheels, Compact Disc Player, Moon Roof, Tinted Glass, Bar with ice chest(s), and DVD/Video player.

Vehicle Facts:

Make/Model                      Chrysler 300 Stretch

Year                                     2012

Mileage                              12,500

Customer Capacity            12

Price                                   $59,500

Location                             Colonia, New Jersey

For more information about this listing, go to www.limoforsale.com.


Related Topics: Chrysler 300, custom stretches, Limoforsale.com, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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